Graham Simmons puts his best foot forward on a walking tour of the lush surrounds of a rain-refreshed central Australia.
Daniel Scott sleeps under the stars, eats bush tucker and meditates on an outback journey of self-discovery.
LONG before Oprah unleashed the cliches about the Red Centre of this wide, brown land, another colourful American, called Big Jake, was all over it.
Lee Atkinson traces six great journeys of six great Australian explorers across deserts, rivers and ranges.
Anthony Dennis joins a first-class journey that meanders from coastline to outback, via key towns and cities.
Four days on a Greyhound hardly seems the ideal outback holiday, but Sue Williams has some tricks in mind as she embarks on the longest bus ride in the world.
Craig Platt ventures into Palm Valley, a desert oasis of primordial landscape in the Finke Gorge National Park.
Fifty years after Albert Namatjira's death, Joanne Lane traces the source of the artist's inspiration.
Located in the heart of Australia's Red Centre and surrounded the magnificent MacDonnell Ranges, Alice Springs is the gateway to Uluṟu and Kata Tjuṯa National Park. Take an outback drive to Kings Canyon, join a walk on the Larapinta Trail and learn about the Dreamtime and Aboriginal traditions. This is one of the best places to experience the beauty and magic of this ancient red desert landscape.